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Letter: Mail disgrace.

Byline: Esther Bentley

I FULLY endorse the feelings of the lady who posted a birt hday card to her friend which was delivered extremely late by Royal Mail.

This happened to my daughter, but it was a hospital appointment. Date of appointment to see consultant was May 11, 2004,letter received after lunch on May 12, 2004.

This delay resulted in my daugh-ter being discharged for nonattendance by the hospital,despite explaining the circumstances,and now having to wait to be rereferred.

It is a total disgrace what is going on and vulnerable people,as usual,being the victims.

Esther Bentley,Liverpool 30
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 31, 2004
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